Carrie Miller

Doctoral candidate, Social and Behavioral Sciences from the Department of Health Behavior and Policy in the School of Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University

She obtained her Master of Public Health from VCU in 2013.  As part of her recently completed master’s degree, Carrie spent one month in South Africa helping conduct a community-engaged research project.  The research and cultural exchange project, Building Global Bridges, was directed by Dr. Mosavel of the Department of Health Behavior and Policy.  Carrie also assisted with the research of her academic advisor, Dr. Elston Lafata, including an evaluation of colorectal cancer screening behavior among community-dwelling residents of southeast Virginia, and completed a research practicum focused on weight, weight perception and engagement in physical activity.

Caroline Orr

Research assistant, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University

Interests: Women’s health and reproductive health issues, violence prevention efforts, psychosocial and socioeconomic determinants of health and health disparities, the role of social stigma as it relates to health disparities and inequalities, and the intersection of public health and public policy.

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